Has there already been an answer to the question, how to determine the border gps-coordinates of the currently zoomed in view? If not, please reply. If yes, please share the link.

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Click on export tab and you will see lats and lons of the screen

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answered 27 Jul '12, 20:46

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I am talking about using it on your website, not osm.org

(27 Jul '12, 22:17) Richart

Is it this question?

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answered 27 Jul '12, 17:34

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http://pastebin.com/mMKrhA4D is what I did with what he wrote at http://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/3099/calculate-bbox-from-latlonzoompixel-widthpixel-height. But the calculated values are too large. Why is that?

(27 Jul '12, 22:19) Richart
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